Geography of Egypt
Egypt is the gift of the Nile, a country with thousands of years of culture and history. It offers stunning sights, evergreen landscapes on both banks of the Nile, the fascinating mountains of the Sinai, the vastness of the desert and the exotic marine life in the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.The land of the Pharaohs is located in the northeast corner of the African continent, but is connected to Asia through the Sinai Peninsula. Egypt covers an area of one million square- kilometer sand is the 30th largest country in the world. Ancient historians described Egypt as the heart of the ancient world.The Mediterranean Sea to the north of Egypt and the Red Sea and the Gulf of Suez to the east gives the country a very long coastline stretching over 2820 km. Egypt shares international borders with Libya to the west, Israel to the north-east and Sudan to the south.
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